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Veal stew with black pepper - Input Junkie
September 24th, 2012
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Veal stew with black pepper
1 pound veal kabobs
a lot of lemon pepper (old enough that there wasn't much lemon scent
left-- I might try this again with lemon juice added)
moderate pile of chopped carrots
moderate pile of chopped bok choy
some veg-chicken cooking supplement*
some bone broth (simmer bones with water, seaweed, and vinegar)

Stir-fry the veal, pepper, carrots, and bok choy on high, until the veal is
partly cooked, then add the cooking supplement and bone broth and simmer
until the carrots are cooked, (less than an hour, I think).

I think this is one of the better things I've ever cooked. The pepper is very much the strongest flavor, but I seem to be in the mood for black pepper-- perhaps not *quite* that much, but strong black pepper is very nice as the weather is cooling off.



*I slow-simmered some eggplant, cherry tomatoes, olive oil, the pickings off
a roast chicken, and (I think) some hot peppers. I don't know whether such a
thing has a name, but it's good to keep in the refrigerator and add to
things

Bone broth
http://www.terrywahls.com/_blog/Terry_Wahls%27_Blog/post/Bone_Broth_Recipe/

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From:pickledginger
Date:September 24th, 2012 09:33 pm (UTC)
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That sounds very tasty. I'd be tempted to add mushrooms -- but then, I usually am!

I can't read the label, but I have a jar of some sort of Romanian pepper sauce that sounds a lot like your chicken goop -- without the chicken -- and yes, it is wonderful for enriching a dish's flavour.
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From:nancylebov
Date:September 24th, 2012 09:57 pm (UTC)
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Now that you mention it, there were some re-hydrated mushrooms in the chicken goop.

Mushrooms that weren't as cooked down sound like a very good addition.
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